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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Caterpillarland

    by Roxanne Beck
    Monique, a beautiful monarch butterfly who loves nectar more than ANYthing, narrowly escapes two human butterfly catchers while migrating to Mexico with her flock. She hides in a crack in the ground, but moments later finds herself falling into an enormous cave that is home to caterpillars of all ages—caterpillars who don’t turn into butterflies because they’ve been brainwashed to think that they’re worms! Desperate to find her way out, she teams up with a rebellious “changing” caterpillar named... more
  • In Search of Words

    by Raymond F L Wong
    Kirkus Book Reviews ISBN: 978-9810908645 A young boy struggles to find healing in the wake of multiple traumas in Wong’s sweet, personable debut novel. Thirteen-year-old Cedric is a budding piano prodigy and athlete who experiences unthinkable tragedy … He struggles with post-traumatic stress disorder and can neither process nor speak of his feelings of grief and anger; in fact, he can’t speak at all. In the wake of his mental turmoil, he must also deal with physical upheaval when he’s... more
  • Rio de los Pajaros Pintados

    by Tessa Bridal
  • My Super-Special, Kinda-Human Dog Named Louie

    by Jeanne Andersen
    Get ready for the dog that thinks he's a boy. Or is he a boy that just has too much hair? Whatever way you see him, he is a pretty incredible being. He's My Super-Special, Kinda-Human Dog Named Louie.**Louie does amazing things. He likes to travel, sing, play the piano, and talk on the telephone. He's always on an adventure, whether at home or on the road. There is not a lazy bone in his furry body. Come along with Louie and read about his good times. He is full of surprises, like winning his bl... more
  • Sanders' Starfish

    by Tara C. Allred
    Dr. John Sanders is about to begin his career as a clinical psychologist. Full of optimism, he believes he can make a difference and is eager to provide hope to a group the world has deemed hopeless. Yet in John's quest to offer those in his care a second chance, he embarks on his own journey of self-discovery. In his search, clear answers become scrambled confusion and the unimaginable truth is trapped in a complex web.
  • Unauthored Letters

    by Tara C. Allred
    "Allred shows excellent insight into the psychological interactions of her characters in this gripping mystery of greed and redemption." - ForeWord Clarion Reviews Dr. John Sanders has given Rebecca Brownell a new chance at life. After an isolated childhood, an abused adolescence, and an institutionalized existence, Rebecca is finally free to conquer her demons and build a promising life. However, just as it appears Rebecca has achieved her dreams, eerily personal letters begin arriving in... more
  • Carla Rising

    by Topper Sherwood
    Based on a true story, Carla Rising finds herself caught between two rival leaders in a workers’ rebellion against the brutal regime of a corrupt county sheriff and the Sovereign Coal Company. The conniving Sheriff Riley Gore uses his strike­breaking police to enforce authoritarian rule across a mountainous landscape of small mining communities. When thousands of workers decide to strike, the atrocities escalate, compelling Carla to become more deeply involved. Her decision to joi... more
  • The Other Side of Quiet

    by Tara C. Allred
    Mrs. Childs's creative writing students are expected to keep personal journals for self-expression. But when clues from a murder investigation cause police authorities to confiscate the students' journals, writing intended to be private is no longer. Words meant to liberate now condemn. And an innocent writing project, meant to empower students, as well as rescue Mrs. Childs from her own personal tragedy, now open deep conflicts within the class. 2015 KINDLE BOOK AWARD FINALIST "A unique a... more
  • The Sleepy Bear Club iBook

    by Jennifer Grantham

    From a secret cabin deep within a wondrous forest comes a meeting of imaginative proportions. Here you will find stories of a dreamworld inspired by adventures of the day. You will run across the mountains, chase the rivers, and experience the joy of freedom as you drift into a playful slumber.

  • Friends Like These

    by Hannah Ellis
    Betrayed by her boyfriend and abandoned by her best friend, Marie finds herself on a mission to find new friends and shake up her social life. While on the search for her ideal friends, a chance encounter brings some unlikely characters into her life. As lives quickly become entwined and unusual friendships form, Marie realises that we don't always get to choose our friends; sometimes they choose us. Buoyed by her newfound friendships, Marie might even take another chance at love.
  • Luminary (Luminary Saga) (Volume 1)

    by P.S. Meraux
    Emily Wren had two soul mates. Before she could meet either they were both killed. Is she doomed to be alone? A race of super immortals, the Paragons and their Luminary companions, who live in the domain between reality and the tangible, must intervene. They have one duty, matching up soul mates to release magic into the world. But is there more at stake than the happiness of one girl?
  • Redneck Opera

    by Margaret Mooney
    Redneck Opera is a sweeping tale about an East Texas oil boomtown. The discovery of oil in the 1930s and 1940s transformed sleepy farm towns into hotbeds of greed and corruption. Redneck Opera tells the story of one such town, Bullard, where Junior Peck arrives fresh from a difficult childhood. Here to seek his fortune and respect, Junior, like other outsiders, preys upon unsuspecting locals, swindling everyone from dirt-poor cotton farmers to his wife Priss. His wildcatter escapades, social eve... more
  • Flames

    by Ginny L. Yttrup
    When betrayal’s flames explode, can Jessica Weaver save what matters most? I preserve legacies... So begins the story of Jessica Weaver—wife, mother, and fire archeologist. Preserving Yosemite National Park’s natural and cultural resources is Jessica’s job. Preserving her family’s legacy is her obsession. But when she discovers her husband’s infidelity, betrayal’s flames threaten her family and all she’s fought to protect. Haley Weaver, a sophomore in high school, is a daddy’s girl. As ... more
  • Big Data Is Watching You!

    by Bruce Hartman

    It’s way past 1984.  Your toothbrush, your coffee maker and your Rice Krispies are running your life.  But don’t worry... BIG DATA IS WATCHING YOU!

    Welcome to Goozle Earth®, a dystopia where the all-knowing and all-powerful force of Big Data rules humanity through the Internet of Things and the corporate power of Goozle Inc.  Where English® and every possible combination of words has been copyrighted and the only law is the Terms of Service, which has ... more

  • Capitol Kid

    by Bill Gourgey

    A homeless teen with nothing to lose… A corrupt politician with everything to lose… What could possibly go wrong?

    On the run from local drug dealers, a young hacker hides out in the U.S. Capitol and soon finds himself entangled in a dastardly political conspiracy. 

    From the shadows of the U.S. Capitol, can a runaway change his country?

    When thirteen-year-old Boot doesn’t have the money to pay his mom’s... more

  • Poems of the Elder Edda

    by Bruce Van Deventer
    (Audiobook) Thor, Odin, Loki, Brynhild, the Valkyries – the gods and heroes of old Norse mythology live on today in popular culture. But where did they come from? Much of what we know of the myths of the Norsemen comes from two collections: the Prose Edda, a collection of oral histories compiled in the thirteenth century by the historian Snorri Sturluson, and the Elder Edda, a collection of poems compiled by anonymous scholars and contained in a single surviving manuscript, the Codex Regius. ... more